Latin name: Geum chiloense 'Mrs. Bradshaw'
Elevation to: 8,000'
Growth habit: Clump forming
Max height: 16" - 24"
Spread: 16" - 24"
Flowers: Yes, Late May - July Flower type: Saucer like
Native to area: No
Available varieties: 1
chiloense 'Mrs. Bradshaw'
Plant Mrs. Brandshaw Geum in full sun in fertile well drained soil. 'Mrs. Bradshaw'
adapts to most soil types well. Most varieties of Geum dislike soils that are
Space new container grown plants 14" to
24" apart depending on how quickly you want the area to fill
in. Most varieties of Geum chiloense are short lived perennials.
Some gardeners are growing Geum as an annual. Geum is useful for
borders and mass plantings. Its double red flowers are excellent for
Seed can be started in a cold frame or greenhouse in late winter
and moved outdoors after danger of frost has passed. 'Mrs.
Bradshaw' seed collected from established plants will hold true to
For faster growth and flowering purchase pre-started plants at your local
Garden Center. Established plants may be divided in spring or